This issue includes articles about the ramp-up of actinium-227 production at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, isotope-related facilities at Argonne National Laboratory, an American Chemical Society symposium in honor of an exemplary Brookhaven National Laboratory retiree, Los Alamos National Laboratory teams honored for isotope-related achievements, and a recent workshop to address the need for low-radioactivity argon.
This issue includes articles about DOE's production of its first newly enriched stable isotope in nearly two decades, the Tri-Lab effort ramping up actinium-225 production to support clinical trials, upgrades at LANL to metal targets for enhanced production, and a stable isotope that proves valuable in the study of fusion reactor wall erosion.
This issue includes articles on our new university partnership with the University of Missouri to fortify supply of high specific activity Se-75, DOE resuming enriched stable isotope production at ORNL, and facility enhancements at Brookhaven and Los Alamos National Laboratories to boost isotope production and R&D capabilities.
This issue includes articles on the new availability of astatine-211, an Isotope Program Leader at ORNL, a longer-lived diagnostic isotope generator and the NIDC Quality Assurance Manager.
This issue highlights articles on How to Make a Super Heavy Nucleus, the Isotope Program's Distribution of Sr-89 for Evaluation, Meet BNL's Cathy Cutler, and DOE's SCGSR Program is now accepting applications.
This issue highlights articles on Tri-Lab Actinium-225 Research Collaboration, DOE's SULI program, and Release of New Website Tools for NIDC Preferred Customers for Stable Isotopes.
This issue highlights articles on the resumption of Cobalt-60 production in the U.S., the availability of Radium-225/Lead-212 generators, the availability of Tungsten-188 as a solution or as a Tungsten-188/Rhenium-188 generator, and we say goodbye to Jeff Shelton.
The isotopes highlighted in this issue include Cf-252, He-3, meet Birnbaum of LANL's isotope office, and recent isotope operation and outreach opportunities.
The isotopes highlighted in this issue include Si-32, Li-7, He-4, and stable isotope production.
This issue discusses a new facility for stable isotope enrichment, efforts to increase supply of astatine-211, and isotope-related abstracts presented at recent conferences.
This issues highlights the production of actinium-225 with high-energy proton irradiation, IDPRA research and development activities, and upcoming events within the isotope community.
This issue contains news on the DOE SBIR/STTR Programs, an article on Isotope Program R&D, an obituary for Michael J. Welch, and a list of upcoming meetings. Note the upcoming (tentative) deadlines for the FY2013 DOE SBIR/STTR Programs:
- FY 2013 Topics description: July 16, 2012
- FY 2013 FOA: August 13, 2012
This issues includes a message from the National Isotope Development Center Director, the path to discovery of element 117, and californium-252 production at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Radiochemical Engineering Development Center.